Non-fiction streamer Discovery+ has added Battle of the Brothers to its plate of food-inspired content.
The new original series features restaurateurs and brothers Bryan and Michael Voltaggio mentoring eight of America’s “most promising chefs” in their kitchen.
Week after week, the chefs go head-to-head — their fate decided by a rotating panel of culinary experts until only one chef is left cooking. The winner gets handed the keys to one of the Voltaggios’ restaurants in a guest-chef takeover to introduce their own vision.
Battle of the Brothers is produced by Woodman Park Productions. The series begins streaming June 17.
Over on Discovery’s Food Network comes competition series Grill of Victory, which finds hardcore barbeque lovers duking it out to win the ultimate backyard kitchen of their dreams.
In each of the six hour-long episodes, host and judge Sabin Lomac tasks three meat masters to battle it out over three rounds of grilling challenges. A rotating panel of judges will determine who grilled their way to the top to win a brand new custom outdoor kitchen designed by Cristy Lee.
Grill of Victory debuts June 21.
Elsewhere, Discovery Channel is set to premiere Hunting Atlantis (pictured), which tracks Atlantis expert Stel Pavlou and volcanologist Jess Phoenix as they follow a new trail of evidence to solve the mystery of the Lost City of Atlantis, this summer.
Throughout the season, Pavlou and Phoenix’s expedition leads them to destinations including the Black Sea where they investigate a 7000-year-old skeleton buried in gold treasure; a Greek island where an ancient civilization built a massive marble pyramid; and unexplored archeological sites along the Adriatic coast of Croatia where underwater relics from an ancient bridge system lead them to an age-old legend of a lost city and into a massive sinkhole.
Hunting Atlantis is produced by Revelations Entertainment, with James Younger, Kelly Mendelsohn and Lori McCreary executive producing. For Discovery Channel, Bill Howard is executive producer and associate producer is Paola Espinosa.
The series premieres June 2.